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Restaurants in Portimão

Portimão is rich in gastronomic diversity.


The Algarve town has restaurants serving Portuguese cuisine, seafood, Italian cuisine, sushi, Chinese cuisine, steakhouses and Indian cuisine.


The most famous restaurant specialising in Portuguese cuisine is NUMA. It has an elegant, minimalist interior and offers the chance to try an 11-course menu with wine pairings. The dishes are influenced by Portuguese gastronomy and include octopus with red risotto, tuna tartar, veal tartar, local beef tenderloin and peach soup. All prepared with local produce.


When it comes to seafood, Sereia is one of the best known restaurants in Portimão. Located in Largo da Ribeira, this restaurant serves very tasty dishes such as salmon with mustard sauce, monkfish skewers or the classic Algarve-style prawns, clams, mussels and cuttlefish.


For those wishing to have a typical Italian dinner or lunch, Portimão has several options to choose from. But among the many restaurants serving Italian cuisine, the one that stands out the most in Portimão is Pizzeria Napoli. Its pizzas and pastas are a phenomenon among Portimonians.


Another phenomenon in Portimão is Asian cuisine. In the city there are restaurants with flavours focused on Chinese culture, such as the Bamboo Garden restaurant; Japanese food and sushi, such as the Kame Sushi Bar restaurant; and there are also restaurants focused on the best Indian dishes, such as Tasty Cuisine. An authentic trip to the Asian continent without leaving Portimão.


Finally, for those who like a good meat restaurant, O Touro de Alvor is one of the steakhouses most recommended by Portimonenses. From the atmosphere to the staff and the delicious food, there are many compliments from those who visit this place.


If you don’t want to leave the hotel, you can always have lunch or dinner in our restaurants and bars overlooking Praia da Rocha, which also offer quality meat and fish dishes, as well as buffets of oriental, South American, Italian and, of course, Portuguese cuisine.